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and Pablo Perea, Linda Storm

Linda Storm and Pablo Perea

Painting, Painting
Glorieta

Linda Storm and Pablo Perea

cubanamericanart.net
I am an American artist Linda Storm who paints with Cuban artist Pabo Perea. We had solitary artistic careers until we became neighbors in rural New Mexico. Our inevitable artistic collaboration began in 2010. We have created more than 200 paintings together and exhibited 100 at a solo exhibition in NYC. We are very interested in placing our art in public places.

In our Santa Fe, NM studio we paint parables. Through archetypal, surreal symbolism we depict the impact of humans on nature, her endurance, and the universal cycle of life. There you will find oil wells rooted to dinosaur bones, corn spirits growing, a horned goddess sowing seeds, and many works in progress, as we prepare for our upcoming solo exhibitions in NYC and in Havana, Cuba. A review of our 2014 NYC exhibit stated: Their art “most certainly has opened a new window on the horizon indeed for this century in art”.

Together we are four hands, two cultures, one artist. Our art is a visual language of our story, and our trust in each other to depict it with humility and confidence. All of our art has two signatures: Linda Storm and Pablo Perea. Our vision is for our art to be a global presence of cultural collaboration across the varied landscapes of humanity.
Hayden Von Conta, Sally

Sally Hayden Von Conta

Painting, Painting
Santa Fe

Sally Hayden Von Conta

sallyhaydenvonconta.net
Plein Air Pastels

Wherever you go, your heart goes with you. Walk around and smell the air, listen to the trees or rocks. Ask yourself what pulls your heart to sit at this particular spot. Is it the light, the patterns or just that it makes you happy? Then pick up your pastels and begin to paint.

What happens is always a conversation between you and the landscape. In pastel, you have 10 brushes (10 fingers) so it's great to see what they can do. The end result is always a surprise. As an artist, I am the last to know what will happen. At its best, you become so much a part of the landscape that you disappear. I like the adventure.

When I see my finished pieces, I remember the heat on the rocks and the sound of the bees on the wild roses - it's all inside the painting.

MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS
  • Farmington Museum, Farmington, NM
  • "Gateway to Imagination" (2007-2015)
  • Museum of the Southwest, Midland, TX
  • Midland Arts Association 2010 Spring Exhibition
  • Red River Valley Museum, Vernon, TX
  • Red River Valley International Exhibition (2009-2012)
  • Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, St. Joseph, MS
  • National Pastel Exhibition (2007)
John Abrums, Chimayo Trading and Mercantile

Chimayo Trading and Mercantile John Abrums

Rugs, Home Decor, Gold & Silver, Native American, Contemporary, Traditional, Tinwork, Wood Carving, Jewelry, Painting, Pottery & Ceramics, Other Native American Art, Contemporary, Traditional
Chimayó

Chimayo Trading and Mercantile John Abrums

chimayoarts.com
Where art meets history in Northern New Mexico. The finest pottery, weaving, jewelry, paintings and carvings at the best prices guaranteed.
Located on Hwy. 76 1/2 mile west of the intersection of Hwy. 76 and Hwy. 98. Chimayo Trading and Mercantile has been in business for 25 years come and see why.
Kowalski, Gary

Gary Kowalski

Painting, Painting
Santa Fe

Gary Kowalski

revolutionimages.blogspot.com
Born in Oklahoma, I am third generation in a family of artists, illustrators, and collectors. My tastes were influenced by my grandfather who painted like a southwestern Norman Rockwell and by my mom who filled the house where I grew up with Picasso prints, Wolf Kahn pastels and artwork by other contemporary masters.

I only got serious about painting in mid-life, getting into juried showed with the Northern Vermont Artist's Association, the Vermont Watercolor Society, and hanging pieces in the Vermont Fine Arts Gallery in Stowe. I mostly work plein air and recently moved to Santa Fe to take advantage of the many sunny days to set up an easel outdoors in northern New Mexico. Until their close, I was represented at the Hillside Gallery near my home. I am currently exploring other venues.
Miller, Christina

Christina Miller

Painting, Painting
Santa Fe

Christina Miller

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Modern Icons that include Nature and Animals along with Divine Images. I think of myself as an artivist (art activist) on behalf of the animals that we share living space and habitats on this Earth. Many of my images represent the Divine Mother as Protectress of the Animals. I also show animals as angelic beings and Saints, as they too are exalted beings. Nature, Mysticism and Divine Imagery have long been part of my Modern Icons. They are a fusion of thoughts, styles and philosophies.
Nelson, Deborah

Deborah Nelson

Drawing, Painting, Photography, Painting
Santa Fe

Deborah Nelson

deborahraenelson.com
  • Deborah's art training began in Riverside, California. The young artist was introduced to scientific and naturalist illustrator, Karoly Fogassy, who provided her with private instruction and mentored her through her apprenticeship. He taught her how a professional uses pen, pencil and paint, how to observe and interpret.
  • Professionally Deborah’s career began as a scientific illustrator. Wildlife provided the main themes for her studio work, gaining commissions from the American Bass Association, Save the Seal Foundation and participating in National Audubon exhibitions. Juried exhibitions include the Western Spirit Art Show and Vandewark Miniature Show in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Deborah received her BFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
  • Today, she lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her husband. The wondrous New Mexico light and southwest setting provide the inspiration and opportunity to capture the images she loves in the western setting that is her heritage.